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2" I Voted Multi Language Stickers for Elections
2" I Voted Multi Language Stickers for Elections


 
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- Says "I Voted" in 15 languages, which are: Spanish, Korean, Chinese, Vietnamese, Arabic, German, French, Russian, Japanese, Hindi, Italian, Samoan, Filipino, Portuguese & Hebrew
- 500 Total Stickers
- Apparel Safe Adhesive
- 2" Inch Round
- Semi Gloss Paper
- Eco-Friendly Ink for the Print
- Easy Peel and Stick
- Perfect for Voting Booths for Elections
Price: $13.49


Product Code:
13826
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These are the top I Voted stickers worn by celebrities for Vote 2020. They are very popular at polling stations for elections due to them having multiple languages which also say "I Voted". These languages besides English are:

  • Spanish ~ Yo voté
  • Korean ~ 나는 투표했다
  • Chinese ~ 我投票了
  • Vietnamese ~ Tôi đã bầu chọn
  • Arabic ~ لقد صوتت
  • German ~ Ich wählte
  • French ~ J'ai voté
  • Russian ~ Я голосовал
  • Japanese ~ 私が投票しました
  • Hindi ~ मैने मतदान किया
  • Italian ~ Ho votato
  • Samoan ~ Sa ou filifilia
  • Filipino ~ Ako ay bumoto
  • Hebrew ~ אני הצבעתי
  • Portuguese ~ Eu votei

These are 2" inches round, made of a semi-gloss paper material. The inks we use for the print are eco-friendly, red, white and blue.

These multi-language voting stickers come 500 to a roll. Simply tear each one off from the liner and hand it to those voting at polling stations. The adhesive is safe for clothing and will not harm the shirts that voters place them on.

We make them here in the U.S.A. at our facility in Salt Lake City, Utah. Order by 1:00 PM MST and we will ship them the same day you order.

Just for fun, here are two random facts about I Voted Stickers:

1. Phoenix association of Realtors claim they invented the first I Voted stickers back in 1985. They gave away over 20 million I Voted stickers to Arizona counties for election day.

2. Voting stickers evolved from campaign buttons. The first mass produced metal buttons were made for William McKinley's 1896 presidential campaign. Stickers eventually became the obvious choice due to the cost.

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